WORLD'S PREMIER INDEPENDENT AVIATION NEWS RESOURCE
video

Flying That’s All Brother To Normandy: What It Was Like

In June 2019, 15 C-47s and DC-3s flew across the North Atlantic to commemorate the 75h anniversary of the D-Day invasion. But flying the Atlantic in a 75-year-old plus airplane isn't like a cross country for the $50 hamburger. In this AVweb video, D-Day Squadron's Doug Rozendaal tells AVweb's Paul Bertorelli what it took to fly to France and back. And how an engine problem grounded the airplane at Oshkosh.
video

Flying With The Phillips 66 Aerostars

AVweb's Kate O'Connor and Paul Bertorelli caught a ride with the Phillips 66 Aerostars at AirVenture 2019. The four-ship precision aerobatics team...
video

XP82 Twin Mustang Debuts at AirVenture

Among the rarest of the rare restored aircraft is Tom Reilly's XP82 Twin Mustang. It debuted at AirVenture 2019 and was a...
video

Paul Dye’s Incredible SubSonex Jet

Although it took a little doing, KITPLANES editor Paul Dye flew his cool SubSonex personal jet from his home near Reno, Nevada,...
video

Avionics At AirVenture 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atSUyDqSobU The latest avionics are usually popular with the crowds at AirVenture and this year is no...
video

AirVenture: Golf Cart Preview

Yup, it's that time of year again. AirVenture 2019 has just started in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and AVweb is covering it, beginning with...
video

Apollo 11 In Photos

As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11's landing on the Sea of Tranquility on July 20, 1969, AVweb prepared a...
video

Phillip Sheppard: The Launch

Music has never been married to machinery more majestically than in Phillip Sheppard's The Launch. The composition was written for the 2007...
video

Best of the Web: How Apollo Made It Home To Earth

Getting to the Moon was one thing, but NASA designers had to design a way to safely brake a capsule traveling at...
video

Cockpit Tour: Garmin G5000 Jet Upgrades

There are plenty of aging legacy jets with maintenance-intensive avionics nearly ready for fresh avionics, and Garmin is on it. Two-plus years in the making, it recently completed the expensive STC for the G5000 integrated avionics and autopilot for Cessna Citation Excel/XLS business jets—a favorite among a wide variety of operators. In this video Aviation Consumer Editor Larry Anglisano looked deep into an XLS G5000 retrofit, and the buying decision, with Garmin's Dave Brown

What’s the Outlook For Icon?

Price escalation has eroded demand. Now the company has to develop a market for the most expensive LSA in U.S. market.

Featured Video

In-Depth Look At The Icon A5 And The Company’s Production Reset

Icon has been on the general aviation scene for a full decade trying to gain traction for its innovative A5 amphibious light...